Twenty-seventh Report on Senior Salaries

Twenty-seventh Report on Senior Salaries

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The Review Body on Senior Salaries makes recommendations for the pay arrangements of senior civil servants (SCS) (including the Prime Minister, Ministerial posts and MPs), senior military officers and the judiciary. This is their 27th report which contains recommendations applicable from 1 April 2005. These include: i) the introduction of new pay bands for the SCS to incorporate revalorisation at the rate of 2.5 per cent, with individual pay increases up to nine per cent; ii) the pay range for Permanent Secretaries of Ap130, 350 to Ap264, 250; iii) the introduction of a new performance-related pay scale for two star officers and above, to incorporate revalorisation at the rate of 2.5 per cent; and iv) an increase of 3.0 per cent for judicial salaries.Introduction 2.1 Our remit includes all members of the senior civil service (SCS), which is now some 3, 850 strong. ... Table 2.1 : SCS pay ranges with effect from 1 April 2004 Pay Band Minimum Progression Higher Performance Recruitmentanbsp;...

Title:Twenty-seventh Report on Senior Salaries
Author: Great Britain. Review Body on Senior Salaries
Publisher:The Stationery Office - 2005

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